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Caregiver's Retreat, NH
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Caregiver's Retreat, NH

Since 2010, Stonewall Farm Enterprises LLC has helped create supportive communities for individuals who are overcoming difficulties. We understand how helpful it is for people going through life issues to find a space where they can build connections with others who understand exactly what they’re experiencing. Feel free to reach out for additional information.

Founded in 1997, Stonewall Farm Bed & Breakfast has been a hospitality mainstay in the New Hampshire community. Located in the Monadnock Region, making Stonewall Farm idyllic for family vacations and reunions, country weddings, business gatherings, country auctions or for just getting a little R&R. o

In addition to our premier accommodations and homey feel, Stonewall Farm Bed and Breakfast is an official Alzheimer’s Caregiver’s Respite Retreat. A facilitator for support groups is on site, and we are endorsed by Dr. Robert Stern of Boston University. Some of our services also include massage therapy, Reiki, and grief counseling. All arranged by appointment.

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Get to Know Us

If you or someone you care about is struggling to cope with an issue, Stonewall Farm Enterprises LLC is ready to help. Since 2010, we’ve succeeded in helping countless individuals navigate and overcome challenging situations.


"Every dementia caregiver needs and deserves respite. The only way to be a successful, healthy, and truly caring caregiver is for the caregiver to take care of herself or himself. I cannot think of any better way of achieving this respite than spending time at the Stonewall Farm Bed and Breakfast. The house and grounds are breathtaking, the available treatments are ideal, and, most important, the owner and staff truly understand the needs of the caregiver. There is no place like this in the entire country!" 

Dr. Robert Stern

Professor of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Anatomy & Neurobiology. Former, Clinical Core Director, BU Alzheimer’s Disease Center, Boston University School of Medicine.


Variety of Options

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In addition to providing support services, we offer a list of resources on a variety of relevant topics. From the latest educational articles to media content, our resources section updates frequently, so check back regularly to find the information you need.

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